Impala tactician Frank Ndong believes his team would have achieved better results in their match against KCB which they went on to loss 25-3.
His team enjoyed long spells of possession in either halves but failed to capitalise on their chances, loosing the ball in important parts of the pitch which in one instance allowed substitute Vincent Onyala to pick a loose pass to score the bankers third try.
“I think KCB used their reserves well and that was their strong point. We had the possession but we were not clinical on our execution. We lost balls which i feel is out of carelessness.” Ndong said after the match.
“Going forward we must be strong in starting and finishing.”
Impala are seventh on the log after 10 rounds, winning five of their encounters and loosing an equal number meaning they have 25 points, a rather unfortunate turn of form from the one we witnessed at the start of the season.
Ndong knows his charges will have to do more to grab a place in the play offs, even as all Kenya cup outfits shift gear towards the same presenting stiffer competition with each passing round.